dolly bird

noun dol·ly bird \ ˈdä-lē-ˌbərd , ˈdȯ-lē- \

Definition of dolly bird

British
: a pretty young woman

Examples of dolly bird in a Sentence

  1. back in the swinging '60s she was one of London's most celebrated dolly birds

First Known Use of dolly bird

1964



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